There are also whiskeys from around the world... from countries that are not typical whiskey producing countries such as America, Ireland, and Scotland. I ordered the Khing & I. It was made with Mekhong, known as a Thai whiskey, combined with lime and house made ginger syrup. The ginger was not biting but was strong enough to inject a state of rejuvenation before dinner. The lime cleansed my palate, and of course, the whiskey induced a euphoric sense of vacation.
We also tried the Lord Bergamot among other cocktails, but before we knew it, it was time to cross the street again back to Pok Pok for dinner. I liked that the menu includes a message telling its guests to be careful crossing the street. From what I observed, though, Portland drivers seem to stop for all pedestrians and slow down around cyclists. It must be the clean air and water here.
Until our next meal, let's all get S.O.F.A.T.
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